It is of great quality and is a Buying this was the best decision I've ever made
There is no problem with my single burner. This is a good product with embedded rubber rings (the ones that come off are never as good as the ones that are embedded). Material feels like non stick, it is really easy to clean, and it has two covers (to change from a pressure cooker into a pan). The pouch looks great, and it's easy to pack. It is even possible to The best buy you can make.
| Sep 29, 2020
There is poor quality material in this
Food sticks at the base of the jar due to the poor quality of the material. As well, cleaning this cooker is difficult as food is hard to come out and if you are removing food, you will easily scratch it.
| Feb 22, 2021
My baby loves this product
It's easy to clean and I can cook food for him there. It's been a week since I started using this pressure cooker, but it made my life so much easier. A highly recommended book.
| May 11, 2021
It was disappointing to receive the product I ordered
Having to pay for a new pipeline and receiving it for use was also annoying, as well as the fact it was expensive for the only pipeline the company had available.
| Sep 18, 2020
Induction heating is best for use with this product
There are many things I appreciate about this cooker, and consider it an excellent addition to my collection of cooking tools. While there are several advantages to using a pressure cooker this small, there are also a few drawbacks, and I would like to mention them here. The first thing I want to point out is that I did not buy this cooker from Amazon (although today I might have bought it from there, since it's so reasonable now) This is the same model, size, brand, etc. , on my table, and I like it because of its small size it is perfect for side dishes and even as a serving tray. Meals that can be served to 1 or 2 people in a pot. Despite its hard anodized finish, aluminum is actually light-weight )To exceedly Hands with arthritic or puny skin can benefit from this product. There is no such thing as a non-HA surface While they are stickier, they are also sturdy and non-toxic You can make toxic food. Though this cooker is fantastic, it does have some limitations due to its small size It is generally not permitted to prepare foods that foam, and foods that swell and expand are generally limited to 1/2 cup. Add the 2 and the To hydrate them, pour three cups of water over My skills include making a full meal of beans to go along with rice, for instance. Several people have told me that they cook for their babies using this cooker. There is only one of me here, so I cook with 1 1/2 cups consistently.
The instructions that came with my cooker instructed me to ALWAYS cook with this amount. The ocean. Direct cooking, as in preparing soups and stews, is what this cooker is for. The steamer doesn't include a trivet, and there is no way or direction to simply steam. For cooking, I use a trivet to hold the 3) 3 small beets or potatoes cut from the bottom and taken out of the water for steaming A neat trick, given that water must be added in such a large volume. Although I prefer internal-cluster systems, I cannot seem to seem to do it The lid - The external fitting lid on a cooker of this size is appealing to me. When I close my lid, it does not touch the contents of the pot. There is also a pressure indicator with this cooker. It has a whistle (one more thing that I like) and it has a pressure indicator. When I use the cooker, the PI rises well before the whistle blows upon reaching maximum pressure (and makes me aware when I can open/can't If the whistle blows loudly (I'm deaf and I appreciate that it is loud), I set the temperature BELOW where the whistle is blowing, because I like to read far below the whistling point. The whistling can shoot a lot of steam and water, and debris out of the pipe. In comparison to my other cookers, this is the case more often. I imagine that if the pressure cooking time is long, a considerable amount of liquid will be lost and the cooker will run out of liquid Thus, it is necessary to add a certain amount of water. This setback is less a consequence of the Prestige's poor design, but largely a function of its small size. I would recommend using induction to cook on the Prestige, since you can control both the temperature and the cooking time very precisely. As such, I did put pressure on you, and I did You can cook some bones for about one hour at 15 pounds per square inch At the end of the cooking time, I had to lower the temperature in order to keep the whistle from going off. When the plug finally fused (the pot was not completely dry), I finally turned off the heat. Although the pot still works, I now need to find a few fuses to replace it. THERE NEEDS TO BE A LITTLE MORE CARE AND EXPERIMENTATION WITH THIS COOKER TO GET THE MAXIMUM BENEFITS. This is worth the trouble, in my opinion. By the way, the gasket is very good Nitrile rubber does not have or impart flavors or odors since it is made of this material. If you need spare parts, be sure to order them!.
| Jul 30, 2020